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Nigeria, the universities, the nation and the economic recession

Committee of Vice Chancellors (Nigeria). Seminar

Nigeria, the universities, the nation and the economic recession

the proceedings of the 1983 Annual Seminar of the Committee of Vice -Chancellors of Nigerian Universities, held at the University of Maiduguri in February.

by Committee of Vice Chancellors (Nigeria). Seminar

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Published by Ibadan University Press in Ibadan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Higher -- Economic aspects -- Nigeria -- Congresses.,
  • Petroleum industry and trade -- Nigeria -- Congresses.,
  • Nigeria -- Economic policy -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC67.68.N65 C68 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 214 p. :
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15985739M
    ISBN 109781211911, 978121192X

      Nigeria’s economy has finally moved out of recession after it slipped into downturn early , about two years ago. This was disclosed by the National Bureau of . Oil – Nigeria economy backbone. It is clear that the oil industry is the backbone of Nigeria's economy. Nigeria is the 1st in Africa and the world's 8th exporter of oil. Daily production of oil is million barrels. Nigeria economy today has declined to its lowest for the first time since Can you imagine this?

    consecutive quarters therefore supporting the conclusion that our nation has slid into recession. In the Nigeria’s GDP Annual Growth Spreadsheets the GDP is also shown to have further shrunk % year- on year-in the 3 rd quarter of following a % decline in the previous.   If recession continues for next quarter, (>6 months) then there will be a depression economy. Recession occurs when supply exceeds the nation’s ability to consume what has been produced. Supply is greater than Demand. In Nigeria, the effect of this recession on the economy may even bit harder due to the activities of the Niger Delta Avengers.

    The negative consequences of economic recession in Nigeria need not be overemphasized. Poverty and hunger is at the highest ebb with people especially the Nigerian workers who have been on naira minimum wage being the worst hit as things have skyrocketed in the market, this has by extension affected the productivity of the workers. Powerful book! great insights, live and relevant historical examples! If apply author's recommendations, i beleive, Nigeria will become one of the best economies in the world. The Nigeria Economy: The Way Forward: Taking Nigeria from economic recession into global economic dominance.5/5(1).


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Nigeria, the universities, the nation and the economic recession by Committee of Vice Chancellors (Nigeria). Seminar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Keywords: Economic recession; Nigerian economy; management accountants. INTRODUCTION The emergence of economic recession in Nigeria was triggered off by the global economic meltdown.

The recession imposed severe pressure on the various sectors of the Nigerian economy. The manufacturing sector seems to be the hardest hit. The global economic crisis has effects on Nigeria. economy which has led to depletion of stocks, loss of investment, loss of jobs occasioned by the.

closing down of many companies, dev aluation of. Economic Recession and the Way-Out: Nigeria as Case Study By Adetayo O. Adeniran & Ben O. Sidiq Federal University of Technology. Abstract-Nigeria, the hub of West Africa’s economy has remained stagnant, following the declaration of global economic and File Size: KB.

Every economy managed according to the rules of capitalism may experience boom, recession or depression. Nigeria’s current recession has been in the pipeline to burst anytime the shallowness of.

On the ongoing debate and demand for the the universities of Nigeria, where are the ‘erudite scholars’ of Ahmadu Bello Univeristy, Zaria, Universities of Ibadan, Ife, Nsukka, Jos, Maiduguri and.

The Nigerian economy slipped into recession ina development triggered by dwindling government revenue occassioned by the fall in oil prices in the international market and unrest in the oil.

Hello guys, We will be writing on the effects of economic recession in Nigeria and a short history of this recession. It is another day to write something on one of the Africa countries which is Nigeria where incessant economic activities plunge the national affairs and bring many investments, business, and career on stocks and at a point of standstill not knowing where to go and where to turn.

As far as I know, Nigeria’s recession or depression now or in the future could be occasioned by one other key factor: Nigeria’s fundamental economic disarticulation.

Most African nation-states have been suffering from this since their political independence. Professor Claude Ake of blessed memory explained this in his book, A Political. Сauses of economic recession in Nigeria An Economic recession can be defined as the decline of the Gross Domestic Product for two months or more in the consecutive quarters.

GDP is the market price of all goods created within the country. The coronavirus recession, also known as the Great Lockdown or the Great Shutdown, is a severe and ongoing global economic consequence of the ongoing COVID pandemic, the first major sign of the coronavirus recession was the stock market crash on 20 February, and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) reported on 14 April that all of the G7 nations had already entered.

WHY NIGERIA WENT INTO RECESSION. Hon Dozie went ahead to note that,after a decade of growth of about 6% in the Nigerian economy, Nigeria has been adjudged to be in the phase of recession following. Nigeria should be out of recession by third quarter - CBN Governor. The Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele, has been conferred with an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Business Administration by.

IMPACT OF ECONOMIC CRISIS ON EDUCATION: CASE STUDY OF SOUTHWEST NIGERIA G. Bamigboye, A. Ede, G. Adeyemi Covenant University (NIGERIA) Abstract The national politics determines the quality of education policies, programs and processes and eventually the products (results or outcomes). defined as a situation where there is a recession in File Size: KB.

The political economy of recession in Nigeria's fourth republic. There is also the need to diversify the nation's economy, particularly investing on the non-oil sector such as manufacturing. A political economy view of government policies on university education in Nigeria Given the nationalistic instincts that birthed the much desired independence of Nigeria, the early progenitors of the new nation were desirous of achieving immediate growth and development with the expectation of a.

Recession And Nigeria’s Disarticulated Economy. Okachikwu Dibia. [email protected] Every economy managed according to the rules of capitalism may experience boom, recession or depression.

Nigeria’s current recession has been in the pipeline to burst anytime the shallowness of her economy was exposed.

Recession is a period of significant decline in output (income or expenditure) and rise in unemployment. For the first and the second quarters ofNigeria recorded negative economic growth rates of % and % respectively (CBN, ). Hence, it became obvious that the Nigerian economy is in : Mohammed Isa Kida, S.

Liberty, A. Alhassan, A.S. Alade. Economic recession in Nigeria is more worrisome when considering the fact that it is coming against the backdrop of two macroeconomic problems of high unemployment rate and high inflation rate.

Causes of the Current Economic Recession in Nigeria. We observe that the following are the major causes of the recent economic recession in Nigeria. Inflation up, GDP down.

Prices of sugar, rice skyrocket. The way out, by experts. We remain focused - FG. Nigeria's economy has sunk into recession as the nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP.

Nigeria Economy Today: Outlook, Facts, Analysis, and Economic Potentials Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn StumbleUpon Tumblr Pinterest Reddit VKontakte Odnoklassniki Pocket Nigeria economy today is in recession, and consumer price index which measures inflation, stands at % as at June as per figures from the Nigeria Bureau of Author: Victor Usifo.

SOLUTIONS TO ECONOMIC RECESSION IN NIGERIA. by Ajimoko odunayo (Lagos Nigeria) The economic recession we find ourselves in Nigeria is due to few people who hold the wealth of this nation which caused inequality distribution of wealth of this gap between the rich and poor is too lity of wealth of this nation has negatively affected gross domestic products(.

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Nigeria has exited its worst economic recession in more than two decades, notching up growth of per cent in the second quarter of   Nigeria has now been in recession for five quarters—but there may be light at the end of the tunnel.

By Yomi Kazeem. Africa reporter. Nigeria’s economic Author: Yomi Kazeem.